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Lavenburg Medical Group

DelMar Surgical and Cosmetic Treatment Center
Douglas J. Lavenburg, M.D.,P.A.

"Excellence in Eye and Skin Care"

Welcome to the website of Douglas J. Lavenburg, MD, Kimberly R. Bristow, OD, Meredith Cohen-Weinberger, OD and the DelMar Surgical and Cosmetic Treatment Center. Please take this opportunity to navigate through our website and find answers to your questions pertaining to vision correction, eye diseases, surgical procedures of the eye/face, and cosmetic skin care enhancements. Our practice is dedicated to providing the best patient care possible and, as a result, offer the latest technology in treatment options. Dr. Douglas J. Lavenburg is a Board Certified ophthalmologist specializing in LASIK and cataract surgery, and welcomes patients from Wilmington and Newark, Delaware; Elkton and Northeast, Maryland and surrounding areas in Delaware, Maryland, and southeastern Pennsylvania.

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In addition to performing LASIK vision correction, the DelMar Surgical and Cosmetic Treatment Center specializes in other types of refractive surgeries, cosmetic procedures, and medical procedures which relate to the eye and surrounding facial areas. Dr. Lavenburg offers the latest no-stitch cataract surgery for monofocal, multifocal and accommodative lens implants. Douglas J. Lavenburg, M.D., P.A. and the DelMar Surgical and Cosmetic Treatment Center also has experience in treating conditions of the retina, managing diabetic eye disease, dry eye disease, and glaucoma. We also perform extensive comprehensive eye exams and contact lens examinations.

Our expertise in eyecare in Maryland, Delaware, and southeastern Pennsylvania is unmatched. We also provide various aesthetic procedures for the enhancement of your skin or the skin around your eyes.

Some of the many skin care and aesthetic procedures that we provide include the eyelid surgery known as blepharoplasty, cosmetic laser surgery, microdermabrasion, intense pulsed light hair removal and photo facial rejuvenation. We also offer facials, chemical peels, and skin tightening treatments.

If you have any questions regarding our practice and the various services performed, or if you would like some more information regarding LASIK vision correction or the many other procedures offered to improve your vision and/or appearance, please feel free to contact our office directly. We would be happy to arrange for a FREE consultation to review your procedure of interest and its benefits to improve your lifestyle. Providing EXCELLENCE IN EYE AND SKIN CARE and the best patient care is of utmost importance to our practice. We hope you enjoy our website and never hesitate to fill out any one of our contact forms or visit our Facebook Page to learn more.

Douglas J. Lavenburg, MD, PA

Juliann Lin, MD
Kimberly Bristow, O.D.
Meredith A. Cohen-Weinberger O.D.

Elkton & Newark Ophthalmologist and Optometrist | Lavenburg Medical Group |

103 Chesapeake Blvd
Elkton, MD 21921

One Centurian Drive
Newark, DE 19713

5305 Limestone Road
Wilmington, DE 19808



Lavenburg Medical Group

103 Chesapeake Blvd, Suite C

Elkton, MD 21921



Lavenburg Medical Group

One Centurian Drive, Suite 114

Newark, DE 19713



Lavenburg Medical Group

305 Limestone Road

Wilmington, DE 19808

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Lavenburg Medical Group

Monday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

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